Friday, June 10, 2011

Winter Arwen, Snow & Fae Invasion

Oh Dear, Sister Cellulitus is very cold, sitting out under the pot plants minding the ivy..........
Treadwell thinks she is far too small to be trusted!
It has snowed this week around the magic lamp post!

But, Miss Marigold has been warm & snug, getting on with her work! Well, between going to a wonderful Goddess Gathering at Gaia's Garden, Samhuin with The Melbourne Grove, & the long awaited, fantastical splendiforous Spiral Dance & Damh the Bard concert at Bar 303 in Northcote. What a wonderful crowd! It is a year since she enjoyed the experience of so many Pagan people coming together in 1 place! Thanks Adrienne & Damh & Cerri! If you don't know Spiral or Damh, Mr Google can assist. I highly recommend Druidcast on Itunes if you like nice music & meaningful discussions mixed with gentle humour.

They faery invasion has arrived, & Marigold has embraced the fantastical. She is thoroughly enjoying the great whoosh of Arwen that has been flowing for the past few weeks. A Druid's work is never done.........always more things to make & learn & enjoy.

She is selling gloves, woolen needle-felted Wild Faeries, painted muslin Rainbow Scarves & cloths & her famous stripey Mountain Pixie Socks.
Have a peek..........

You can buy Marigold's makings by leaving a comment & she will contact you by email if you'd
like her to. These paricular old-fashioned mittens can be purchased at Epoche, a beautiful Steiner Shop located in the village of Kallista - well worth a trip to Melbourne's Hills just to visit this little haven.

Wild Faeries are constantly manifesting. Soon the art room on the Mtn. will be bursting!

These Faeries have made their way into The Grove Wholistic Center for Women's Spirituality in Brunswick. Marigold highly recommends this beautiful organisation to women who want to explore their spirituality no matter what form it takes, & who want to share a safe space with other like-minded people. She is teaching a course on Chakras there on Thursday nights, 7-9.30pm, starting 14th July & finishing1st Sept. only $160 all inclusive
You need to book your place in advance, so call 9383 1993 or email
if you want to be included.

Well that's probably enough for one blog! Marigold experienced a bit of ta tizzy. Protective Mr Google thought some bad goblins were attacking her account, so she couldn't get in, no matter how hard she tried. Most of you know she is a rather old-fashioned lady, & a technophobe (don't tell her that though). Anyway, she persevered, & finally convinced nice Mr Google to open the Fairweather & Friends account again. So here you are.

Blessings of the dark season when activity is hidden beneath Earth's nurturing soil,
Blessings of the cold elements, that remind us to rest & reflect,
Blessings of warm hearts, & friendships that sustain us

1 comment:

  1. Ah, love the Narnia photo! Been such a different experience nestled down here in the protected foothills of the mountain. We weren't even confident that you would have snow as it was so much warmer here in Belgrave. That's the joy of being out of the icy wind I guess!
    I hope the fey folk have fun in the winter wonderland, and may we remember to leave our offerings so that our lives don't get made any harder and our cars start in the morning!